(Kabatiella bupleuri) © Gerald Bills
4-6 December 2018, Montpellier, France
conference website: http://phytobiomesconference.org/
conference program: http://phytobiomesconference.org/program/
PDF – International Phytobiomes Conference 2018 brochure
Translational aspects of plant microbiome research
26 – 30 November 2018, Trieste, ITALY
Advanced microscopy techniques for plant-microbe interaction analysis
2nd International Training Course and Workshop
Nov 26th – Nov 30th 2018, Vienna/Tulln, Austria
We are pleased to announce you the 1st STSM call of the COST HUPLANTcontrol CA16110. The deadline for application is september 15th. You will find enclosed the Short Term Scientific Mission User Guide that will help you to apply on the eCOST website. All the rules are detailed in the COST vademecum (also attached) on pages 35-36.
Seven STSM are available. The selection criteria, approved by the MC members, are in the following order:
1- Accordance/relevance to the COST action scientific scope and how the application can support the Action
2- Excellence of the application
3- Young scientists will be favored over older ones
4- The origin of the applicant (inclusiveness target countries) and gender balance will be taken into account.
5- As far as possible a balance between the different Working Groups will be applied
In the case we receive too many applications, the selection will be made by the core group members.
Remember that the STSM has to be finished (including the scientific report) before the end of the 1st year of the COST i.e. March 30th 2018.
Desiree Jakobs-Schönwandt, Matthias Döring and Anant Patel (eds.), Juli 2015
Proceedings of a meeting held at the FH Bielefeld, Germany, 14-15 July 2014,
organized by the working group
“Fermentation and Formulation of biologicals and chemicals”
Within the scope of the COST Action FA1103:
Endophytes in Biotechnology and Agriculture
WG3 Development of new mircobial inocula
Dear COST Action Chairs,
In context of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), drawing budget
from Horizon 2020, the COST Association is facing a potential 7% budget cut for
operating the COST Framework. Not only would this impact the future number of
COST Actions to be funded but most likely lower the funds of all ongoing COST
Given COST great leverage and high impact on the European Research and
Innovation capacities, the Committee of Senior Officials has therefore made a
statement pleading for a conservation of COST budget. This statement, published
yesterday, has been shared with the European Commission (COST_Association_statement).
Using three-way interactions between plants, microbes and arthropods to enhance crop protection and production.
COST Action FA1405
It will start working this year.
1. You can read a summary on the first page of the link and find more details under “Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)”.
2. You may check under “parties” if your country already signed the MoU – if not, you may get in contact with your COST National Coordinator (you’ll find them here) to support the process by showing your interest.
3. In case your country is participating, you may contact the proposer Arjen Biere to get one of the seats in Management Committee, if still possible. If not, contact Arjen as well to be an Action Member and get on the mailing list once the Action has started.
Emerging tools for emerging symbioses – using genomics applications to studying endophytes.
See the article from Marc Stadler in the IMA FUNGUS:
The latest issue of the COST Newsletter is now online: